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Automator Problem/Bug?


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I only recently bought a new macbook pro and have just discovered Automator.

I download a lot of torrents and wanted to organise my downloads a bit.

I created a seperate folder for torrent files and told automator to identify files that end in .torrent and place them in this folder.

It works for all torrent files, however, now and again it decides to move other downloads which aren't torrents at all. i.e. random txt files or dmg files I download.

I can't understand why it would do this, I've told Automator to select files that only have a .torrent extension.

Any ideas?
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